The network's activities include an online seminar together with Queens University in Belfast, and network members have started the work in the research network Children's Human Rights Education.
The network has published a volume in the EERA book series Transdisciplinary Perspectives in Educational Research:“Children’s Rights from International Educational Perspectives” edited by Jenna Gillett-Swan and Nina Thelander. Springer. (https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030808600).
A special issue of the journal Social Sciences has been published with guest editors and contribution from network 25 – Guadalupe Francia and Jenna Gillett-Swan. The issue is titled ‘Children’s rights from a sustainability perspective: The UNCRC in Dialogue with Agenda 2030’. (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/socsci/special_issues/children_rights_sustainability)
- CHRE Network will continue
- Special call for ECER 2023 based around conference theme The value of diversity in education and educational research
- Social event/social activity for the network if ECER 2023 is in person
- Possible special issues: Possibility to follow up the participation workshop with a special issue. Many discussions in ECER Plus themed around Alternative Education. Alternative education and children’s rights as a possible topic for special issue. Possible special issue to develop for 2024 on the ecological perspective in relation to children’s rights.
Recent Posts on the EERA Blog:
"Challenges and Future Directions for Children’s Rights in Education", Prof Zoé Moody, Dr Ally Dunhill, A/Prof Jenna Gillett-Swan